Knights Inn Hardeeville
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for suspicious baggage" reports over the intercom and he started freaking out. Classic! We are going to have a great time! 10:34 pm...still at the gate, on the plane, patiently waiting while the freezing cold, idiot crew gets there stuff together in the 3 degree New York temperatures. ...
... little Havana which was ****. On the highway, a huge thunder storm began, opening the heavens above with the heaviest rain I've ever witnessed. We had the wipers on full speed an driving at 20mph were struggling to see the car 10 metres in front of us! Huge bolts of fork lightning were striking down all around us, at one point one came down just behind us hitting the street light making the biggest cracking sound that made all of us brick ...
... to find a restaurant serving a Buffett lunch, we had ribs, mashed potatoes and greens followed by cherry cobbler, yummy! As we now out of the mountains the temps were rising and at our next gas stop we got a 12 pack of cold beer and went to the local park to drink them. After being refreshed we pushed to get the last part of ride done, we found our hotel and ...
Savannah was a gorgeous town… I LOVED IT… we arrived just in time for lunch, but before we even thought about food we had the group photo and walking tour of part of the city… we walked past where Forrest Gump sat telling his story… Then it was time for lunch… I went to Paula Deens Two Sons restaurant… we had the most amazing buffet lunch… there was sooooo much stuff ...
... to get a ford."The trolley tour took us all through downtown Savannahs historic district. It's a beautiful area, the largest national historic landmark district in the usa. It's full of historic buildings and 22 beautiful squares. Each street is so pretty you want to photograph them all. All the little features were explained to us like houses with windows large enough for you to walk through was a way around paying too much tax as you were charged per door. Savannah is also ...